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Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Bloomberg for President - Trump will not make it

Trump will not make it.

If you trust Americans like I do, based on nearly four decades of observations, "we have not elected, let alone nominate an extremist from either party to be our President." Nothing has changed about American people to elect an extremist this time. 

I have been chanting this mantra since last year

September 21, 2015  Stuart Varney Show, “Relax and be assured, we have never elected extremist presidential candidates ever, Carson and Trump will fall by the wayside, “ 

December 8, 2015 – Posted a poster


December 17, 2015 - Bryan Blue's Radio show

Mr. Trump has trampled on the very fundamental values of our immortal declaration,   “that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness.“


The Optimism is beefed up by the following statements (The Hill),

 “Bloomberg would then see a wide swath of centrist voters as up for grabs.” This statement resonates with my mantra, the centrist voters make all the difference in the world. Hardcore Republicans and Democrats probably make up 25% on each side, the rest of the Republicans and Democrats in the penumbra, also known as Reagan Democrats or Obama Republicans along with the traditional independents will form an incredible moderate majority of that wants the best for America, regardless of the party affiliation. This is where Michael Bloomberg has a huge opening.

“The most likely scenario for a Bloomberg candidacy would unfold if Trump or Cruz were to win the Republican nomination and Sanders, a self-described democratic socialist, were to capture the Democratic nomination. Or if Hillary Clinton, who is the Democratic front-runner, were to emerge from the primary seriously wounded.

“It’s not just his racism, his anti-Muslim and anti-Hispanic comments. I think it’s the whole package. Knowing Mike Bloomberg, I think he finds it offensive,” she said. “It’s pretty clear from comments I’ve read the past few days that he’s really offended by the type of campaign Trump is running. I’m sure that plays a role.” 


Mike Ghouse

Political Commentator
www.CenterforAmericanPolitics.com 





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